A dropped kerb is to be installed next to the footpath across the Woolton Hill village field to make it easier to access.
Plans are afoot for a 15-home development in Burghclere, complete with a new business hub.
A man has been arrested after a number of thefts from motor vehicles in rural North Hampshire.
Plans have been submitted for a new 67-bed residential care home in Newbury.
This year’s elections are just four weeks away as Basingstoke and Deane minority parties look to make a dent into last year’s Conservative majority.
Kingsclere Parish Council has expressed its 'outrage' after a new picnic table installed in the community orchard was stolen.
Newbury College and University Centre have teamed up with organisations to encourage employers to create a society that works for autistic people.
A new link road connecting Hectors Way and Kings Road through the new Sterling Estate has taken a step forward, but safety concerns have been raised.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following incidents of exposure in Thatcham.
Newbury playgrounds could be forced to close after a 'wave' of vandalism and graffiti across the town.
Newbury residents were treated to a special evening as Paul Mayhew-Archer MBE performed a one-man show to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.
A popular North Hampshire spa can treat itself after scooping the ‘Best Spa’ honour at the England Business Awards.
The Kingsclere branch of pet supply shop Claws and Paws has shut its doors for the final time after just 16 months in the village.
The Newbury Policing Team have shown there’s nowhere to hide for local criminals after tracking a woman down in Bracknell for shoplifting in Newbury.
A councillor has warned the council was in a 'no-win' situation as it agreed to clamp down on graves which are non-compliant with the cemetery rules.
A 49-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure in Newbury.
Hundreds of autistic people across the Thames Valley have signed up to a scheme that helps break down barriers to communicating with autistic people.
Students at the Trinity School in Newbury displayed all their creative talent as the school held its annual Art, Design and Technology exhibition.
A 200-strong cast of talent is joining together in an all-singing and dancing charity event to save 24 Swan Street from being sold to developers.
A Speen family donned their baking mitts and whipped up a range of tasty goodies for a bake sale to raise money for Ukraine.